Former US secretary of state John Kerry and other top national security experts are backing an organization aimed at defending the Iran nuclear deal, as Donald Trump determines for the first time whether to temporarily alleviate some restrictions on the country.
The leaders of a nationwide military mutiny in Ivory Coast accepted a government proposal on bonus payments and agreed to return to barracks, ending their revolt, two spokesmen for the soldiers told Reuters on Tuesday.
French Ambassador to Tehran Francois Senemaud underlined that the new government in the European country, which is one of the signatories to the Iran nuclear deal, will honor its commitments under the agreement reached in 2015.
Climate negotiators have gathered in the German city of Bonn to draft an executive guide for the landmark Paris Climate Agreement, which is hailed by many as the framework for action against global warming.
The European Union (EU)’s foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, says scrapping a 2015 nuclear deal with Iran would be in the interest of no one, something she says the United States must have come to understand by now.
The US Defense Secretary James Mattis on Friday said Iran is sticking to the terms of the nuclear deal, adding that the 2015 agreement between the Islamic Republic and world powers “still stands and that’s all I can say about it.”